Get Your Hands on the ‘Trump Impeachment’ Coloring Book

Posted on: March 15th, 2017 at 5:03 am by

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Grab your Crayolas, there’s a new Trump impeachment “activity and coloring book” on the market. This paperback – Trump: The Road to Impeachment (Volume 1) – features thirty-two pages of all your favorite (most hated) Trump characters and cronies.

Be sure to grab the crayon box with Tiger Orange for the fuhrer’s faux tan face.

You know what they say… you can never have enough orange crayons. This Adult Coloring & Activity book has all your favorite Trump characters including Kellyanne, Bannon, Pence and a special surprise guest at the end.

Each page is filled with fun alternative facts that are too good not to be true. Fun for all your friends and family. Not suitable for children under 18 or Trump supporters.

The book – authored by Kim Brown and Eric Tollevsen – was released last week. Buy it for $11.99.

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